Villas in El Palmar (Andalusia)

Villas in El Palmar (Andalusia)

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Highlights in El Palmar (Andalusia)

  • Cultural diversity
  • Religious sites
  • Division of the Catholic Church
  • Cathedral of Seville
  • Seville Old Town

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Villas in El Palmar (Andalusia)

El Palmar de Troya, a must-see tourist spot

El Palmar de Troya is a municipality that you’ll find located in the province of Seville, specifically in Andalusia. It is a Spanish location conscious of the natural beauty it enjoys in its surroundings, which also boasts its recovery of cattle trails and the green corridors that connect places such as the Torre del Águila reservoir and the Zarracatín lagoon. Here you will find dream villas in nearby locations or in El Palmar itself, even in Zahora.

Don't miss out anything in this location of Seville

The villas that you will find with Holidu for your accommodation are traditional and modern, everything you need to have a memorable stay you’ll have it here. With traditional exteriors in wooden materials and gardens reminiscent of the old Spanish era, many with terraces and barbecues included that you can enjoy with your family and friends over a good meal. Inside, these villas have the most carefree and light atmosphere, with basic and light decorations that give you the simplicity you need to rest your mind, plus, it has everything you need in the kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms, so… there’s nothing to worry about!

Travelers and activities

El Palmar (Andalusia) for religious sites lovers

You will hear from many tourists that El Palmar in Seville is the nest for those who love to visit religious temples or do religious tourism. If you are one of these, then you must visit the Cathedral Basilica of the Order of the Carmelites of the Santa Faz, a curious point because its construction took place due to some supposed apparitions of the Virgin in the area; It is a division of the Catholic Church that you will hear called the Palmarian Catholic Church. You will see along the road to Jerez, just after 2 km. We recommend you go at 6pm to enter the Sacred Precinct, remember to dress according to the Palmarian Christian Standards of Decency.

El Palmar (Andalusia) for lagoons lovers[

In the south of Palmar de Troya you will find the lagoons of the endorheic complex, this is formed by the large lagoon of Zarracatín, and the most important can be accessed through the village in Padre José Talavera street, facing the lagoons of Alcaparrosa and Arjona, located near the road that takes you to Jerez. These lagoons are changeable, their form and composition depends on the rain to know their course, they are also very shallow, and they usually dry up during the summer. They are very saline, which is why you can see many aquatic birds here, including beautiful flamingos, take pictures!

Did you know that there is a legend that says that Hercules founded Seville?

Top 7 travel tips in El Palmar (Andalusia)

1. A must of the Spanish culture

A must-visit site located some distance from El Palmar in the province of Seville is the Plaza de España, this architectural ensemble is admirable, located in the park of María Luisa. It was built and exhibited between 1914 and 1929, with the aim of being one of the main construction structures of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. One of the largest buildings of the 20th century, it is impossible not to gawk in awe as you admire its beauty and structure.

2. Real Alcázar of Seville has magic

A place that has magic as soon as you enter in because of its ace structure… is Real Alcázar of Seville. This place is full of history, art, architecture and incredible structures that call out to the Seville’s culture. Highly recommended for an insight into what Spain has meant to the territory.

3. Another wonder to be found in the old town

A few minutes or an hour from El Palmar you will find one of the jewels of Seville's old town, and that is the Cathedral of Seville. The structure is huge and gorgeous, entering is an honour as you climb up to the Giralda. You will see at the entrance that there are 34 ramps that allow you to climb up and a few more steps, although it may seem like a lot, it will be worth every minute! This cathedral has Spanish history and culture all to itself, so don't miss out.

4. An exciting demonstration of Seville's history

The Torre de Oro will take you a few minutes to reach it by car, but it is worth the visit: it is one of the most iconic symbols of Seville, including the relationship between this Spanish province with the New World. Built to protect the entrance to the city from enemy ships, this is a museum inside that tells the story of naval history. It is a structure that is part of a fortified enclosure, fantastic!

5. Spend a nice afternoon in Maria Luisa Park

This park has incredible areas where you can see beautiful nature spots, gardens and beautiful structures from the Spanish antiquity; one of the best things about spending time in Maria Luisa Park is that while you’re walking you’ll listen to the parrots singing and flying, so it is ideal if you want to have a picnic, meditate or walk your dog in peace and quiet. Tranquility reigns here.

6. Enjoyment will be a fact!

Considered as a lung of fresh air in the hot climate of Seville, we have some gigantic and beautiful gardens that you can enjoy: the Murillo’s Gardens. You'll find them between the historic ring road and the Real Alcázar, and it's also the entrance to the Santa Cruz neighborhood. As you walk through the gardens you will come across beautiful fountains, vases, and ceramic decorated structures that will make you consider this new form of pleasurable beauty that transports you to another world. A much-needed stop in the province of Seville, just a few kilometers from El Palmar.

7. Delve into Spanish culture at the Triana Market

What better way to become part of the daily life of a place than by detailing the way they go about their daily shopping? The Triana Market is a popular shopping area in essence, it has sales of typical products of the area that take you to a traditional face of the province, you can not only buy food, but also various types of interesting products that will remain as souvenirs of your trip; do not forget to taste some food in the market, they are delicious, you will not regret it.

FAQs: Villas in El Palmar (Andalusia)

When organizing a vacation to El Palmar, which filters are the most essential for travelers?

When looking at the data from Holidu, when travelers browse for villas in El Palmar, the most chosen filters are: garden (20%), internet (17%), and a balcony (11%). Last year, most of the people searching on Holidu chose at least one of these options when finding the perfect villa.

Which types of amenities can you find at the villas in El Palmar?

Among the facilities available on Holidu, it seems that the villas in El Palmar have everything that vacationers wish for! Here, the villas generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: internet (90%), view (70%), and barbecue (70%)...Not bad, right?

How are the reviews for the villas in El Palmar?

The villas here are often well rated. 50% of villas have a rating of 4.5 stars, which suggests that here, you can easily find a villa for your next vacation!

Are the villas in El Palmar suitable for families with children?

According to the Holidu database, 50% of villas in El Palmar are suitable for families with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the perfect villa for you and your family.

Are the villas in El Palmar suitable for travelers and their furry friends?

Certainly! In El Palmar, 50% of the villas are pet-friendly, 70% even have a garden!

Do the villas in El Palmar mostly have Wi-Fi?

Certainly! According to Holidu, 90% of villas in El Palmar include internet connection. This means that you will be able to browse the internet during your stay!

How much do guests usually expect to pay for villas in El Palmar?

According to Holidu's data, there are less than 40% of villas in El Palmar costing less than $100 a night. They can be very expensive, 10% even cost on average more than $500 a night.

Do the villas in El Palmar generally have a fireplace or a pool?

Yes! According to Holidu's data, the villas in El Palmar are perfect for every season. Here, 30% are equipped with a fireplace and 40% a pool.

Are the villas in El Palmar suitable for trips with the whole family or rather for an escape as a small group?

Here, according to the last year, 40% of villas accept up to eight travelers, 40% of these villas have at least four bedrooms. But 100% of villas also have facilities for groups of up to four guests, and 100% of the villas include at least two separate bedrooms. This is therefore the ideal destination for taking your family on vacation (small or large)!

For a luxury trip in El Palmar, are Villas a good idea?

Some villas are, but others aren't as luxurious. So if you are looking for that special accommodation, don't delay in making a reservation because only 40% have a pool, while 40% have air conditioning . However, if it's space you're looking for, 100% of the villas can accommodate four or more adults, and 70% have a garden.

At the villas in El Palmar are you able to have a beautiful view and spend time outside?

More than half of the villas have a balcony and a view (60% and 70%) making it the perfect destination for those who dream of waking up to a beautiful view in the morning. 70% also offer a garden, so you will certainly find your vacation paradise. If you like eating your meals outdoors, and especially if you like barbecues, 70% of the villas are equipped with them.

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